Access and Affordability in an Age of Growing Inequities
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This feels like a topic of perennial concern. But the underlying issues are more pronounced now than ever — especially the growing income and opportunity gaps that now effect one-third of all Americans. Are there good new models for affordability? What are private colleges and universities doing? Are there some central business issues that are shared among most independent schools? How do we keep the middle-class student? Should more independent schools try to offer a quality education for a price slightly higher than public schools charge? Who is holding the line on tuition and why? And what is our moral obligation to the growing number of American children who have slim prospects for success and happiness in life?